West Coast rapper Game has no smoke for Meek Mill. The hip-hop veteran has come forward to reveal things are smooth again with his one-time rap foe.

The Los Angeles native went to Instagram Monday (December 3) to update fans on where they stood toward one another.

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Had beef wit a nigga that could’ve ended in bloodshed either way. We had differences but when it all boiled down, we were once friends in & out of music. As young African American men we grew up in similar situations where a lifespan for us was 21 years of age & that is still the age in which most of us coming from where we come from think we’ll never make it to. I say all that to say, life is short & the day after @meekmill got out of jail, he called me & we talked for an hour.. not about the beef but about new beginnings & what the future holds for us as seasoned hip hop artists. That was a few months back & my nigga has done everything he said he would do in the conversation we had. Real nigga shit, I never wished jail on you & I was genuinely happy when you got released. I said it over the phone & I’ll say it again.. “Welcome Home” nigga.. #Championships I support it & everything else hip hop. #Growth #LoveIsLove

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Back in October 2016, Meek talked about Game not running up on him in Los Angeles during the height of their feud.

“I was in LA all that time, you could have just brung it to me, pulled up. Even if you thought you were going to handle me, you could have tried to handle me, you could have done it that way. Not go on a stage and say ‘F*ck you,’ and then a diss record tomorrow. That was premeditated. It was points where we used to be on the phone, two, three years ago, sh*t with his son, take him to basketball practice. My son was one at the time – real talking to a person – this was before I had a girl. … I woke up to that and first time I watched it, I didn’t even think he said my name. I thought he’s probably talking about somebody else because the last time I seen him was at the club. … I’m not even trying to keep leading these kids on that wave.” (“Tax Season”)

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Days prior, Game’s manager Wack 100 shut down Meek’s MMG boss Rick Ross claiming the beef had ended following snitching allegations.

Initially, Ross shocked hip-hop fans by claiming he stopped the Game/Meek feud.

“It’s a perfect time to let you know I had a conversation with my brother Game on the West Coast and we put that sh*t behind us. Real n*ggas worldwide – real n*ggas do real things. So on my side, Trilla. On your side, that’s how real n*ggas do it. So go on iTunes right now, pick up that Game 1992, that Meek Mill, motherf*cking DC4. Buy them both.”